I call absolute BS on your argument. Libertarians are not silent on smoking bans. If you notice their connection to other drugs more, I don’t know. Maybe it’s that the drug debate is more noticeable. Maybe it’s confirmation bias. Maybe they actually do spend more time and money on pot, but that’s because prohibition is worse than restriction.
There’s also the fact that anti-prohibition has a longer pedigree. The libs’ antismoking crusade didn’t explode until relatively recently. Here in MN, ground zero of tobacco lawsuits, libertarians have been more consistent than any others on our side of the “public health” debate.
LOL, you can praddle on, but you can’t change reality.
The anti-smoking crusade predates your birth, and by the 1970s smoking was being banned in stores and elevators in some places.
California went statewide in 1995, yet the liberaltarians have made barely a peep, and have no identification with tobbacco issues.
Drugs, porn, abortion, hookers, are what drives the libertarian crowd.
A new prohibition is being implemented in plain sight, in real time, today, and libertarians aren’t interested.